How to move beyond the "stock" shot for better photos of popular subjects
Published October 30, 2009 Updated October 14, 2016
Travel photographers working in tourist destinations face a dilemma: the iconic view, skyline or structure of a place often is so well known and photographed that it’s almost impossible to come up with anything new.
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